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Friday, 25 June 2021


News and appeals

Search for woman who stole valuable watch in Littlehampton
Police are appealing to identify the suspect pictured after a watch was stolen from an elderly man in Littlehampton. The victim - aged 77 - was reportedly approached on Wednesday 16 June by a woman who gave him a hug and took his watch. 
The watch is believed to be worth around £15,000. 
Click here to read more.

Police ramp up work with businesses to prevent sale of knives to under 18s
Sussex Police is ramping up its work with local businesses to prevent the sale of knives to under 18s as part of our ongoing commitment to tackle knife crime and serious violence. 
Officers are carrying out test purchase operations to engage with retailers on the Challenge 25 policy, which is challenging those who look under the age of 25 trying to purchase a knife. Click here to read more.


PD Isla assists in detaining dangerous driver who ran from police
A dangerous and disqualified driver was pursued and caught by police, assisted by Police Dog Isla. A white BMW convertible was spotted travelling at excess speed in Longford Road, Bognor Regis, around 10.35pm on 1 February. Click here to read more.

National praise for Sussex scheme to support domestic abuse victims
A Sussex Police initiative to help domestic abuse victims during and since lockdown has been praised in a national report. The national report, 'Policing domestic abuse during the pandemic', is published by her Majesty's Inspectorate of Police, Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) on 23 June. It highlights the way in which the force developed a team of specialist trained police officers and staff to deal with standard risk domestic abuse cases which are not high risk. These officers conduct virtual interviews with victims using discreet video conferencing technology. This enables officers to interact face to face with victims listening to their report, providing safeguarding advice and completing the initial investigation. Click here to read more.

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Crime summary
Bognor Regis and surrounding areas
Middleton Road, Bognor Regis – On Thursday 17th June, an attempt was made to gain access to a residential property. Serial 1488 17/06/21.
Barton Close, Bognor Regis – On Saturday 19th June, a garage was broken into and an attempt made to steal items. Serial 0729 19/06/21
Babsham Lane, Bognor Regis – Overnight between Sunday 13th and Monday 14th June, a catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle. Serial 0281 14/06/21.
Hampshire Avenue, Bognor Regis - Overnight between Friday 18th and Saturday 19th June, a Black Yamaha motorbike was stolen. Serial 0355 19/06/21.
Central Drive, Bognor Regis - On Saturday 19th June, a vehicle was damaged after the wing mirror had been kicked off. Serial 0932 20/06/21.
Barclays Bank, High Street, Bognor – Between Saturday 12th and Monday 14th June, the front door to the bank has been smashed causing damage. Serial 0113 18/06/21.
William Street, Bognor Regis – On Tuesday 15th June, a vehicle was seen fly tipping old furniture in the road. Serial 0489 17/06/21

 
Littlehampton, Rustington and surrounding areas

Western Road, Littlehampton – On Wednesday 16th June, a residential property was broken into and medication stolen. Serial 0925 16/06/21.
Eldon Way, Wick – On Thursday 17th June, a vehicle was entered and an Apple MacBook stolen. Serial 1564 17/06/21.
Old Worthing Road, East Preston – Overnight between Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th June, a vehicle had the rear window smashed causing damage. Serial 0093 16/06/21.
Boots the Chemist, Littlehampton – On Friday 18th June, the front door to the business premises was smashed causing damage. Serial 1225 19/06/21.
Highdown Hill, Littlehampton – Overnight between Friday 18th and Saturday 19th June, a number of fridges were fly tipped causing an obstruction. Serial 0104 20/06/21
 

Arundel, Barnham and surrounding areas
North End Road, Yapton – Between Saturday 12th and Monday 14th June, a construction site was broken into and various tools stolen. Serial 0303 14/06/21.
Houghton Forest, Arundel – On Friday 18th June, the passenger window was smashed on a vehicle and a gym bag stolen. Serial 1017 18/06/21.
Slindon House Top Road, Slindon – On Thursday 17th June, a vehicle was broken into and a handbag, mobile phone and Sat Nav stolen. Serial 0663 19/06/21.
Park Lane, Slindon – On Sunday 20th June, the passenger window on a vehicle was smashed and a swimming bag stolen. Serial 0668 20/06/21.
Main Road, Yapton – On Saturday 19th June, graffiti was sprayed in the play park causing damage. Serial 0935 19/06/21.
Help us keep Sussex safe

If you saw or heard anything, or have any information about any incident in this message please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101, quoting the reference number provided.

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

 

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